Summer Courses

Find out why studying at Stritch in summer is a smart investment.

Summer with Stritch

In 2014, we will offer summer courses for students that want to get ahead! Here are a few reasons to study with Stritch over the summer:

  • Enjoy the flexibility of online courses that run for just eight weeks.
  • It's a great way to fulfill your core requirements.
  • Earning credits before fall will help you graduate sooner.
  • These classes let you still enjoy the summer, work and have time for vacation. 

What You Need to Know

The summer semester runs from June 1st to August 1st, 2014 and the cost is $500 per credit. Students eligible for financial aid should meet with a financial aid counselor to find out how to cover the cost.

Speak with your academic advisor to sign up!

Available Courses

ART 141: Art History Survey

This is a survey of the art of Western Civilization through painting, sculpture and architecture with emphasis on the ancient world, the Christian eras prior to the Middle Ages, and Medieval Europe. Satisfies General Education (Core) requirement. 3 credits.

CA 108: Intro to Interpersonal Communication

This course provides theoretical frameworks and strategies used within interpersonal communication to analyze various communication situations. Students learn effective ways both to provide and receive information in ways that promote healthy relationships. Topic areas include language choices, gender, culture, conflict, friendships, family and marriage, nonverbals, and persuasion. 3 credits.

EN 102: Research Writing

This course is the second part of a two-part sequence. The course will build on the writing, reading and critical thinking skills begun in EN 101. Students also will study and practice primary and/or secondary research, incorporating the results of the research into their papers. Standard English is required. No CLEP or AP credit will be given for EN 102. Prerequisite: EN 101. 3 credits.

HS 202: Modern Civilization

This is a study of global development in the eras of nationalism, colonialism, totalitarianism and contemporary revolution of the 19th and 20th centuries. 3 credits.

REL 104: World Religions

This is a new course being offered for the first time! Stay tuned for the description.

SPN 102: Elementary Spanish II

This course is a continuation of the introduction to the study of Spanish emphasizing proficiency in speaking, reading, writing and understanding the Spanish language. Orientation to Hispanic civilization and culture from a global perspective is studied. Active student involvement is expected in the development of their communicative skills. Prerequisite: SPN 101. 3 credits.